David Clunie | 26 Aug 15:55 2014

Line numbering ordinary text, not just 'verbatim environments'

Hi

I need to include line numbers for all the text in a document (so
that reviewers can comment on specific parts of the document with
precise references, without having to manually count line offsets
from the nearest section label, etc). This is for PDF rendering.

I found the "line numbering extensions" but I understand that it
only applies to 'verbatim environments', which the documentation
describes as 'address, literallayout, programlisting, screen,
synopsis'.

Before I start customizing the stylesheets, is there a mechanism
for this already?

David

PS. Or to put it another way, I am looking for something like Microsoft
Word's line numbering feature, but better, in that ideally table lines
would also be numbered (which they are not in Word).

PPS. Either restarting numbering with a page, or continuous from the
start would be fine for my use case.
Bob Stayton | 20 Aug 19:45 2014
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DocBook Technical Committee Meeting Minutes: 29 August 2014

DocBook Technical Committee Meeting Minutes: 20 August 2014
=============================================================

The DocBook Technical Committee met on Wednesday, 20 August 2014
at 1:00pm ET.

1. Roll call

Present: Loren Cahlander, Dick Hamilton, Jirka Kosek, Larry Rowland,
Bob Stayton, Norm Walsh

Regrets: Scott Hudson, Jirka Kosek

Absent: Nancy Harrison

2. Accepted the minutes [1] of the previous meeting.

3. Next meeting: 17 September 2014

Neither Norm or Bob are available on the 17th.
Norm suggested moving the meeting to 3 Sept,
to be held if we need to vote on moving 5.1
forward, otherwise we will meet next 15 Oct.

4. Review of the agenda.

No change.

5. Review of open action items

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Bob Stayton | 18 Aug 22:04 2014
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DocBook Technical Committee Meeting Agenda: 20 August 2014

DocBook Technical Committee Meeting Agenda: 20 August 2014
=============================================================

The DocBook Technical Committee will meet on Wednesday, 20 August 2014
at 1:00pm ET for 90 minutes.

Attendance at teleconferences is restricted to members
(and prospective members) of the committee.

This is the phone number for Wednesday's DocBook TC call:

Phone: +1-719-387-5556
  Code: 902213

The DocBook TC uses the #docbook IRC channel on
irc.freenode.org.  The IRC channel is used for exchanging
URIs, providing out-of-band comments, and other aspects
of the teleconference, so please join us there if at
all possible.

Agenda

1. Roll call
2. Accepting the minutes [1] of the previous meeting.
3. Next meeting: 17 September 2014
4. Review of the agenda.
5. Review of open action items

   a.  Norm to publish an XSD for 5.1 when it is finished.

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Norman Walsh | 24 Jul 01:52 2014

DocBook V5.1CR3 XSD

Hello world,

This afternoon (well, local afternoon anyway), I published an XML
Schema version of DocBook V5.1CR3:

  http://docbook.org/xsd/5.1CR3/

I assert that it's a valid XSD. Because Saxon EE said so.

It passed a smoke test on a few DocBook documents, but is surely
buggy. It is also considerably more liberal than the normative DocBook
schemas. I don't expect it to reject any valid DocBook documents, but
it is by no means guaranteed that passing the XSD test means your
document is valid.

Interesting open question: how many of these XSD validation
infilicities could be tested with XSD 1.1 xs:assert statements?

Share and enjoy.

                                        Be seeing you,
                                          norm

--

-- 
Norman Walsh <ndw <at> nwalsh.com>      | If you put tomfoolery into a
http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/ | computer, nothing comes out of it
Chair, DocBook Technical Committee | but tomfoolery. But this
                                   | tomfoolery, having passed through
                                   | a very expensive machine, is
                                   | somehow enobled and no-one dares
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Stefan Knorr | 23 Jul 18:17 2014
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Localisation bug in common/titles.xsl?


Hi all,

just a question: Is the following a localisation bug or am I
overlooking something obvious and this is fine?

DocBook 1.78.1, file: common/titles.xsl, line 485ff:

[...]
<xsl:template match="answer" mode="title.markup">
  <!-- answers don't have titles -->
  <xsl:text>Answer</xsl:text>
</xsl:template>

<xsl:template match="qandaentry" mode="title.markup">
  <!-- qandaentrys are represented by the first question in them -->
  <xsl:text>Question</xsl:text>
</xsl:template>
[...]

Regards,

Stefan.

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Bob Stayton | 16 Jul 21:09 2014
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DocBook Technical Committee Meeting Minutes: 16 July 2014

DocBook Technical Committee Meeting Minutes: 16 July 2014
=============================================================

The DocBook Technical Committee met on Wednesday, 16 July 2014
at 1:00pm ET.

1. Roll call

Present: Dick Hamilton, Scott Hudson, Jirka Kosek, Larry Rowland,
Bob Stayton, Norm Walsh

Absent: Loren Cahlander, Nancy Harrison

2. Accepted the minutes [1] of the previous meeting (May).

3. Next meeting: 20 August 2014

Scott expressed regrets.

4. Review of the agenda.

No changes.

5. Review of open action items

   a.  Norm to publish an XSD for 5.1 when it is finished.
       CONTINUE

   b.  Norm to publish DocBook 5 CR3 and announce plans to move
       forward.
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Norman Walsh | 16 Jul 03:35 2014

Announcing (informally) DocBook V5.1CR3

Hello world,

Long time, no see. 

I've (informally) released DocBook V5.1CR3 on docbook.org:

  http://docbook.org/xml/5.1CR3/

I still have to pull together some sort of ZIP file or something to
get it officially released on the OASIS site. That's a task for
tomorrow.

In the meantime, please take CR3 for a test drive, I think 5.1 is very
nearly finished.

                                        Be seeing you,
                                          norm

--

-- 
Norman Walsh <ndw <at> nwalsh.com>      | We look back on our life as a
http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/ | thing of broken pieces, because
Chair, DocBook Technical Committee | our mistakes and failures are
                                   | always the first to strike us, and
                                   | outweigh in our imagination what
                                   | we have accomplished and
                                   | attained.-- Goethe
Loren Cahlander | 15 Jul 21:59 2014
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Wiki markup to DocBook.

Hello Folks,

Is there an authoritative wiki markup to DocBook xsl out there?  I found a text2html xsl out there, but need
DocBook now.

My googling did not find what I am looking for.  I have raw text coming out of ERwin in the descriptions and need
to transform it to something more presentable.

Thanks,
Loren

Sent from my iPhone
Olivier Ishacian | 15 Jul 21:40 2014

[ANN] Release of XMLmind XML Editor v6

XMLmind is happy to announce the version 6.0 of XMLmind XML Editor.
     _____________________________________________

XMLmind XML Editor Evaluation Edition v6 can be downloaded from
http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/download.shtml

Professional Edition users, please upgrade using this form:
http://www.xmlmind.com/store/download.php

(The above form is usually accessed through
http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/upgrade.html.)
    _____________________________________________

XMLmind XML Editor v6 (July 9, 2014)
------------------------------------

* Version 6 has a large number of internal changes which are not
   relevant to the end-user of the application. As a consequence of these
   internal changes, it's now possible, and even very easy, to embed an
   advanced XML editor based on XXE in a third-party Java™ application.
   More information in XMLmind XML Editor - Developer's Guide.

* New "Easy Profiling" add-on, installed by default, makes it
   convenient and easy working with conditional processing profiles
   in XXE.
   More information in XMLmind XML Editor - Easy Profiling.

* Several other enhancements and a few bug fixes.

    _____________________________________________
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Bob Stayton | 14 Jul 23:28 2014
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DocBook Technical Committee Meeting Agenda: 16 July 2014

DocBook Technical Committee Meeting Agenda: 16 July 2014
=============================================================

The DocBook Technical Committee will meet on Wednesday, 16 July 2014
at 1:00pm ET for 90 minutes.

Attendance at teleconferences is restricted to members
(and prospective members) of the committee.

This is the phone number for Wednesday's DocBook TC call:

Phone: +1-719-387-5556
  Code: 902213

The DocBook TC uses the #docbook IRC channel on
irc.freenode.org.  The IRC channel is used for exchanging
URIs, providing out-of-band comments, and other aspects
of the teleconference, so please join us there if at
all possible.

Agenda

1. Roll call
2. Accepting the minutes [1] of the previous meeting (May).
3. Next meeting: 20 August 2014
4. Review of the agenda.
5. Review of open action items

   a.  Norm to publish an XSD for 5.1 when it is finished.

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Peter Fleck | 7 Jul 13:14 2014
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<link> in <address>

Hi guys,

Can you use <link xlink:href=""> in <address>?
The link works in FO but its not working for me in html5 and epub3 it 
just outputs the text and doesn't create a link.

Thanks,

Peter

Gmane